Although there were many reports claiming she had been fired, she claims to have quit to pursue other things. Either way, she's not impressed with her former series and is claiming in a new interview that it has failed because she's not on it -- and that the show makes Latin women look bad.
After being told of the series' low ratings for season three, Sierra told Gossip Extra on March 4, “Of course they were -- that’s because I didn’t return last season.”
She then went on to vent about the portrayal of herself and the other Latin women who have been featured on the series.
“The show makes us (Hispanics) look like we’re crazy and back-stabbing and fighting each other all the time,” Sierra said. “That does not reflect the true Latina spirit.”
Sierra also wasn't a fan of season three's story lines.
“The show really became tiring," she explained. "So, Lisa (Hochstein) couldn’t get pregnant. That’s fine and sad. Everybody felt for her. But what else was there?”
During season three, despite the low ratings, there were some major story lines. What Sierra seems to have forgotten was that two of the stars tied the knot in televised weddings during the show's finale.
As for season four of The Real Housewives of Miami, the series has yet to be confirmed.